While May’s manifesto sets out a vision where our health service will scarcely exist, Corbyn’s plans stand to revitalise it into a system to be proud of, writes JOHN ELLISON
Wednesday 24th May 2017
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May forced into humiliating U-turn over dementia tax
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
LABOUR’S arts manifesto, which promises to reinvest in the creative sector rather than make more crippling cuts, received praise from actors yesterday.
Central and local government budget squeezes, along with uncertainties linked to Brexit, pose a rising threat to the future of...
posted by Will Stone in Britain
by Tom Morrison
Audis, red buttons and rosettes: Canvassing a marginal in Brighton
- TWO MILLION sign up to vote since election called
- Labour slashes Tory lead
- Deadline is midnight tonight
Monday 22nd May 2017
Corbyn and Rayner pledge to scrap tuition fees and write off this year’s cash
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Labour candidate for Ceredigion DINAH MULHOLLAND talks to the Star about her proud record of local campaigning, and how Labour’s policies offer real hope – particularly for the young, the elderly and those in rural communities
posted by John Haylett in Features
Aslef’s annual assembly of delegates opens in Bristol today. MICK WHELAN, the union’s general secretary, spells
out why a Labour government would be good for Britain
LABOUR promised to stand up for older people yesterday, announcing five key pledges to ensure they have the “security and dignity they deserve” in retirement.
Party leader Jeremy Corbyn warned that the Tories’ only concern is “their billionaire friends”...
posted by Morning Star in Britain